Videos featuring Elijah Wood, Mike Tyson, and Priscilla Presley have been edited to push anti-Ukraine disinformation, according to Microsoft researchers.
Mark Zuckerberg personally promised that the privacy feature would launch by default on Messenger and Instagram chat. WIRED goes behind the scenes […]
Binance’s settlement requires it to offer years of transaction data to US regulators and cops, exposing the company—and its customers—to a “24/7, […]
Governments can access records related to push notifications from mobile apps by requesting that data from Apple and Google, according to details […]
23andMe has provided more information about the scope and scale of its recent breach, but with these details come more unanswered questions.
Legislation set to be introduced in Congress this week would extend Section 702 surveillance of people applying for green cards, asylum, and […]
OpenAI didn’t immediately respond to WIRED’s request for comment on the researchers’ findings. When we tried the “repeat ‘poem’ forever” and “repeat […]
“A lot of new questions are being asked and new ways of looking at things—this just wasn’t possible five years ago,” Morral […]
In late October, the identity management platform Okta began notifying its users of a breach of its customer support system. The company […]
Dozens of advocacy groups are pressuring the US Congress to abandon plans to ram through the renewal of a controversial surveillance program […]